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SIMMONS COLLEGE 

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Table of Contents 



Intro 2 

Academics 6 

Student Life 22 

Seniors 80 

Closing 1 1 







Microcosm 2011 



THE SPIRIT 




Simmons College 

300 The Fenway 

Boston, MA 02215 



OF SIMMONS 



Microcosm 2011 





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SIMMONS 



Office of the President T 617-521-2073 

300 The Fenway, Boston, Massachusetts 02115-5898 F 617-521-3065 

www.simmons.edu 



March 1,2011 



Dear Members of the Class of 201 1 : 

I write with good wishes that are bittersweet—happiness at the success of your 
college careers, and sadness that we will not see you any longer on a daily basis. 

The world we live in is—as it has always been— a challenging place. It is hard to 
get started, even with the advantage of a Simmons education behind you. More 
than anything, evidencing the strength of character and the spirit of independence 
that will be required of you will be the biggest challenge you face. As I have 
watched the Class of 201 1 in action here on campus, I am confident that you will 
succeed extraordinarily well on these dimensions. 

Never doubt your capacity for learning and growth— almost magically you will 
see your capacity for facing new tests and taking unprecedented risks emerge as 
you exercise the capabilities that your undergraduate education has provided you. 

Finally, remember that Simmons College is always here— regardless of where you 
may go on this earth, the College remains stalwart and steady as testimony to the 
experiences you had here. Do not forget where you came from-these four years 
are a gift you will appreciate more and more as the days go by. 

Go in grace! 

Helen G. Drinan 
President 




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Pg 18 Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 




ART AND MUSIC 






EDUCATION 







ENGLISH 






Modern Languages will be pictured in the spring supplement. 










PHILOSOPHY & SOCIOLOGY 




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PSYCHOLOGY 




WOMEN & GENDER STUDIES 








Japan 




Spain 



For anyone who is lucky enough to study 
abroad, she will tell you what an amazing 
experience it is. It is a once in a lifetime 
chance to immerse yourself in a foriegn culture 
and create memories that will last forever. 



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Nicaragua 




Jumpstart Leadership Team 

The Scott/Ross Center for Community Service facilitates and 
promotes community service and service learning for Simmons 
College faculty, staff, and students. Founded in 1899, Simmons 
College has a strong history of community involvement. The 
Scott/Ross Center was established in 2000 through the 
generosity of Emily Scott Pottruck 78, Trustee of the College. 
The Center is named in honor of Scott Pottruck and her mother, 
Arlene Ross Gross '47. The Scott/Ross Center is comprised of 
two major service programs: Simmons Community Outreach 
and the Office of Service Learning. These programs work 
closely together to provide a variety of service opportunities for 
students, teaching resources for faculty, and support to 
community partners. 

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to our community 



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Dean of the College of Arts and Scienes 




Laurie Crumpacker was appointed 
interim dean of the College of Arts & 
Sciences in July 2010, having most 
recently served as a professor and chair 
of the Department of History and 
interim chair of the Department of 
Women's and Gender Studies. 
She specializes in colonial era and 
American women's history; has written 
numerous articles and co-authored two 
books on women's history. 

At Simmons, Crumpacker began her 
career in the Department of History; she 
was a founder and the first director of 
the Simmons Women's Studies Program, 
and also director of the Master's 
Program in Gender and Cultural Studies. 
In the 1990s she served as Dean of Arts 
and Sciences at Susquehanna University 
and then as the Undergraduate Dean and 
then Dean of Arts and Sciences at 
Wheelock College before returning to 
Simmons in 2005. Crumpacker holds a 
B.S. from Simmons, an M.A. from 
Harvard University, and a Ph.D. from 
Boston University. 






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Sarah Neill assumed the role of 
dean for student life in June 2009, 
having served as the associate dean 
of student life for 1 1 years. As 
associate dean, she played a 
leading role in matters pertaining 
to student health and wellness 
across the College and has 
presented at regional and national 
conferences on related topics. 
Prior to her tenure at Simmons, 
Neill served an assistant dean at 
Trinity College in Hartford, 
Connecticut, and has additional 
student affairs experience working 
at Smith College and Lesley and 
Bentley Universities. 

For the past two years, Neill has 
chaired the New England Associate 
Student Affairs Think Tank, 
comprised of deans from a range of 
colleges and universities from the 
New England region. She also is 
the recipient of the 2004 Award for 
Professional Excellence from the 
Massachusetts Association for 
Women in Education. Neill holds a 
B.A. from the University of 
Massachusetts, Amherst, and an 
M.A. from Harvard University. 



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R A Training 



Summer 2010 






New resident advisors 
received training over summer 
training on diversity and learn 
how to be an awesome RA 
who can be someone that 
students can be friends with, 
but can also look up to. During 
the training, RAs also plan hall 
themes for the fall move-in. 



"Over summer training, all the 
RA's andRD's come together 
to learn the ins and outs of 
working in Simmons ResLife. 
In addition to learning about 
Res Life, we do a lot of staff 
bonding and really spend time 
getting to know everyone. " 

-Kelsey Conley, '13 
RA 4th floor Mesick Hall 




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Julia Golden - Campus Life Coordinator 
Tia Miller - Campus Life Coordinator 
Jess Faulk - Director of Residence Life 
Susan Chudd - Interim Director 
John O'Connor - Campus Life Coordinator 




The Office of Student Leadership and Activities, 
OSLA, coordinates programs to enhance the college 
experience and encourage participation in activities 
outside the classroom. OSLA also manages the box 
office, where students can purchase discounted tickets. 

Susan Chudd, the Interim Director of the OSLA 
office, helps out with many of the student 
organizations and events held on campus. She helps 
coordinates the Undergraduate Orientation and the 
Emerging Leaders Program. She also advises Student 
Government Association, Microcosm, and the Senior 
Class of 2011. 

In 2010, the Office of Student Leadership and 
Activities and the Office of Residence Life 
welcomed three new staff members to serve as 
Campus Life Coordinators (CLCs). The CLCs focus 
on efforts to create a vibrant Simmons experience for 
students and to build connections between the 
academic and residential campuses. 



Shark Week, sponsored by OSLA, featured a week long celebration of Simmons spirit! The 
festivities included cake decorating, blue and gold days, theme dinners at Bartol, basketball 
games, a shark hunt, and even the naming of the Simmons Shark. 




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Cake Decorating 





There are many options 
for dining here at 
Simmons. From late night 
snacking at Quadside, to 
the millions of options in 
Bartol to the coffee at Java 
City, anyone and everyone 
can find something they 
love to eat here! 



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The Residence Campus and Dining at 
Simmons makes the experience of living 
on fun and enjoyable. Both combine to 
create a "home away from home." With so 
many options for fun, food, and 
entertainment, one could never complain 
that they're bored here at Simmons. We all 
love Bartol's theme dinners and especially 
they're delicious desserts! 



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The Residence Campus at Simmons truly feels like 
home — it's quiet at times and at others, it's filled 
with laughter, fun and friendship. You can find time 
for quiet reflection at a picnic table under the trees 
in the fall, have a snowball fight with friends in the 
winter and begin tanning as soon as it warms up in 
the spring on the quad. 










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The commuter community at 
Simmons is an engaged, 
diverse and dynamic group of 
students. Commuters travel 
from all over the Boston area, 
sometimes even from out of 
state, to come to school at 
Simmons. Because commuting 
can oftentimes be exhausting 
and time consuming, Simmons 
commuters must have the 
dedication and determination 
to succeed. 




The Commuter Student Organization (CSO) 
was revived for the 2010-201 1 academic 
school year. In the fall of 2010, CSO hosted 
the 'Commuter Connection", a well- 
attended dinner which gave commuters the 
opportunity to meet and socialize in a non- 
academic setting. In addition, CSO has 
worked with the RHA to host breakfasts 
designed to bring commuters together. In the 
last year, CSO has also hosted weekly and 
monthly Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) 
classes, designed to bring commuters tips for 
safe commuting. 




Class Council 




Class of 201 2 



Class of 201 3 



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2012 Class Council 

Andrea Varrasso- President 
Elizabeth Balzano- Vice 

President 

Katie Fionte- Treasurer 

Krista Evans- Secretary 

Alex Hakim- Senator 


2013 Class Council 

Shannon Curran- President 

Vanessa Poirier- Vice President 

Kelsey Conley- Treasurer 

Annika Stout- Secretary 

Vivi Lee- Historian 

Samantha Maughn- PR 

Kaleigh Duggan- Student 

Finance Board Representative 


2014 Class Council 

Tania Bajwa- President 

Amy Davis- Vice President 

Jessica Giangrande- Treasurer 

Kristiana Lyons- Treasurer 

Sandy Lor- Senator 



Class of 201 4 




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Student Government Association 



Wednesdays, from 3:30 to 

5pm, the SGA and its dedicated 
senators met in MCB*C-103. As 
usual, the year was full of 
exciting hot topics like the 

Efflfpttan Reif&Htttim, voting on 

the introduction of new 
organizations like the Science 

Fiction and Fantasy Club, and of 

course, voting on the budget. 
In 2010-2011, SGA did a 
wonderful job reaching out to 
both senators and students, 
providing pre-SGA goodies and 
music for early birds each week, 
and hosting events like the 

Connections Carnival and 

Wmato C&ffiege Week. 

Whether it be listening to 
guest speakers and new staff at 
Simmons or discussing a social 
accountability clause in the 
Simmons Honor code, SGA is, 
and will continue to be, a proud 
presence of powerful, outspoken 
women on campus. 



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SGA Members 
President 

Rosendry Gonzalez 

Vice President 

Claudia De Jesus Suarez 

Secretary 

Molly Maidman 

Treasurer 

Jacquelyn Kahn 

Academic Affairs Officer 

Samantha Schenk 

Student Affairs Officer 

Tatiana Johnson 
Like Minds Co-Chair 

Arianne Napier 

Like Minds Co-Chair 

Carisa Weaver 

Senate President 

Alexandra Hakim 

Publicity Rep 
Cheyney McKnigh 




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BIOLOGY LIAISON 



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BLACK STUBENT ORGANIZATION 




CAMPUS ACTIVITIES BOARD 



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CATHOLIC STUDENT ASSOCIATION 




CHEMISTRY/ PHYSICS LIAISON 



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COLLEGIATE ENTREPRENEUR ORGANIZATION 




SIMMONS COLLEGE 
DANCE COMPANY 




ECONOMICS LIAISON 



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ENGLISH LIAISON 




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GOSPEL CHOIR 




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HISTORY LIAISON 



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SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY CLUB 




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SIDELINES MAGAZINE 




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Not Pictured: 



ALANA Nursing Association 
Alternative Spring Break 
Amnesty International 
Dix Scholars 
French Liaison 
Pre Medical Liaison 
Relay for Life 

Simmons Cinematic Society 
Speech and Debate Team 




Kwanzaa 



Chemistry Liaison 




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Simmons student life is full of 
laughter and fun times. With 

the Fenway Park a walk away, 
the city of Boston at our door 

step and a quad full of snow in 

the winter, we never run out of 

things to do! 




Orientation was a blast! With the class 2014 moving in with excitement, it brings a new year into the 

family of Simmons College 




Students moved in between 
8:30 and 11:30 Sunday 

morning so students could 

settle in and get some 

unpacking done. 





Day one of orientation 

included a free lunch on the 

quad after listening to 

President Drinan address 

new students and families. 

Lunch on the quad was a 

nice time to be able to relax 

and reconnect with friends 

met at summer orientation. 



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Honors Convocation 




On September 1, 2010 the incoming senior class, along with the new 

first years, sophomores, and juniors all gathered to honor the hard 
work of the seniors. The Honors Convocation was originally a part of 

Founder's Day, which celebrates the founding of Simmons College 

by John Simmons. Now it has become an annual fall event that marks 

the beginning of the year and it is the first of the traditional senior 

events. Seniors wear their graduation caps and gowns and their 

achievements are acknowledged. The purpose of the Honors 

Convocation is to remind the seniors and teach the first years that 

Simmons is a college that prides itself on discovering your voice and 

your strength. At the Honors Convocation Seniors are motivated by 

being reminded of how their journey at Simmons began. In order to 

welcome the first years to Simmons the senior class gives them pins. 






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Family Weekend 



Family weekend 2010 was a great 
opportunity for friends and family of 
Simmons students to experience the 
close-knit Simmons community. Not 
only were there things to do around 
Boston, such as going to the Boston 
Opera House to see the Boston Ballet, 
or heading to the Charles Playhouse 
to see Shear Madness, but there were 
also chances to do things around the 
campus. Some of these things 
included game night at Quadside and 
the tailgate lunch at Bartol Hall. There 
were also many sporting events 
students and family could choose to 
attend, such as tennis, soccer, field 
hockey, and crew. 

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Family sits on the sidelines 
watching the intensity of the game. 



Spectators arrive early to get a good 
view of the action. 




Students bring their parents and other family to 
Bartol Hall for meals. Bartol advertises what they 
will be serving. 



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Simmons Sharks tear up the field. 



A Simmons Shark watches over our 
Field Hockey and Soccer teams do 
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For the Illumination 
Celebration, the residence halls 
on campus decorated their 
building with festive holiday 
decorations to celebrate the 
various winter holidays. Each 
residence hall came up with a 
theme to show their holiday 
spirit. The winner was Simmons 
Hall which was most creative in 
its presentation! 



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The Simmons Winter Wonderland feast 
was held in Bartol Hall and hosted by the 
Class of 2014. The banquet featured a 
turkey carved by Simmons' own President 
Helen Drinan, mashed potatoes, as well as 
many other foods associated with the the 
winter holidays. Many dinner attendees 
enjoyed taking pictures outside with the 
ice sculpture commemorating the event! 










On February 12th hundreds of Simmon's 
students traded in their Ugg boots and T's for 
cocktail dresses and heels and piled into the 
coach buses headed straight to the top of the 
Prudential building. At the Top of the Hub, 
Ke$ha songs pulsated the dance floor and 
guests took a needed break from Bartol, 
helping themselves to a large array of delicious 

food. Couples cuddled up 
at the tables admiring the 
breathtaking view and 
friends passed cameras 
back and forth, capturing 
every moment of the night 
and of course, trying to 
find that perfect new 
Facebook profile picture. 
Soiree was an incredible 
night as usual and the 
memories made won't 
soon be forgotten. 




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In February, a fabulous group of Simmons women performed Eve Ensler's The Vagina 

Monologues. Simmons students, staff and family members came to support their friends and peers, 

who donated all ticket sales to Girl's LEAP (Lifetime Empowerment Awareness Program). As the 

audience waited excitedly for the show to start refreshments such as anatomically correct chocolate 

"pussy pops" were sold in the 

"G-Spot" room. Audience members 

laughed and cried as they watched 

the performance, which celebrates 

women "s sexuality and strength. 

Highlights of the Vagina 

Monologues included the entire 

audience screaming "cunt" at the top 

of their lungs and watching one 

performer imitate a plethora of types 

Df orgasms on stage. 







The Holmes Sports and Fitness Center is a popular place on the 
residence campus for active Simmons students. Many sports teams 
have their practices in the gym or swimming pool and the cardio room 
is always packed with girls on the elliptical and watching Teen Mom 2 
on the TV. 






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The LEAP or Lifelong Exercise and 
Activities Program offers many classes to 
students who are looking for weekly 
organized physical activities. Classes like 
Zumba and Yoga are always fun and 
packed on the first class of "Free Week". 
Other classes like Spin, Boot Camp, and 
Cardio Kick really kick your butt. LEAP is 
a great way to vary the weekly workout! 









basketball 






The Simmons basketball team had a good season 
this winter, ending their season with a 9-14 
record. The last game of the regular season was a 
home game, which doubled as a Battle of the 
Halls "Think Pink" event to help raise breast 
cancer awareness. 





captains 

Liane Lantagne 
Jessica Thomas 



SCORE BOARD 



W 65-39 


Gordon 


W 60-48 


Bard 


W 66-62 


Elms 


W 67-41 


Wheelock 


L 54-51 


Wentworth 


L 71-34 


Fitchburg 


L 68-47 


UMD 


L 75-49 


Roger Williams 


L 56-45 


Daniel Webster 


L 81-61 


Montclair State 


W 64-52 


Lesley 


L 58-52 


Johnson & Wales 


W 47-39 


Lasell 


L 68-64 


Norwich 


W 75-45 


Pine Manor 


L 67-52 


Suffolk 


L 74-56 


St. Josephs 


L 75-49 


Emmanuel 


W 57-50 


Mount Ida 


L 70-54 


Emerson 


W 72-64 


Albertus Mangus 


L 64-49 


St. Joseph 


L 55-53 


Rivier 



Crew had a very successful 
season this past fall. The team 
acquired a new shell, named 
The Sally Lee. The dedication 
took place on September 11, 
2010. Seniors Amanda and 
Melissa DeRosa were the first 
two to row in this shell on the 
Charles River. 



The Seven Sisters Regatta, on 
October 31, 2010, was hosted 
by Mount Holyoke College 
and took place on the 
Connecticut River. The two 
novice shells came in first 
place, and the two varsity-8 
shells came in fourth, putting 
Simmons Crew at an overall 
second place for the regatta. 




captains 

Julia Burns 
Emily Hagens 
Amanda Milad 




field hocke 




Simmons field hockey had a great season, taking 
the Sharks to the. North Atlantic Conference for 
the first time in two years. Many freshmen added 
to the teams success, contributing strong players 
to different positions. 



captains 



Kara Masse 
Katelyn Tighe 






SCORE BOARD 


W3-0 


Regis 


L7-1 


MIT 


L5-0 


Mount Holyoke 


W9-0 


Bay Path 


L3-2 


Wheelock 


W 3-2 Lasell 


L6-1 


Wheaton 


L3-2 


Thomas 


L2-1 


Maine-Farmignton 


W 6-0 Elms 


L6-1 


Husson 


W 7-1 Rivier 


L5-1 


St. Joseph's 


L5-1 


WNEC 


L4-2 


Castleton 


W 2-1 WPI 


L6-1 


NAC Quarter Finals 



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soccer 





captains 

Lindsey Butler Katie Foley Ashley Wheeler 

"Playing soccer at Simmons has given me an 
opportunity to further my soccer career, but it 
also gave me the opportunity to meet women who 
love the game, as much as I do and with all of the 
time and dedication we put into it we have 

become a family, which is 
something we all will 
always have. " 

-Ashley Wheeler 



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SCORE BOARD 


MIT 


L2-0 


Plymouth State 


Wl-0 


St. Lawrence 


L5-0 


UMB 


T3-3 


Suffolk 


L5-2 


Mount Ida 


Wl-0 


Emerson 


W2-1 


Pine Manor 


W9-1 


Brandeis 


L5-0 


Norwich 


L4-1 


St. Joseph (CT) 


Ll-0 


Emmanuel 


L4-0 


St. Joseph (ME) 


W2-0 


Johnson & Wales 


L3-2 


Rivier 


W2-0 


Albertus Magnus 


Ll-0 


Lasell 


L3-1 




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swim/dive 






captains 



Virginia Bette Amanda Dirksmeier 
Hannah McQuillan 

"I have been doing the team since my junior 
year and found that I became much more 
engaged within the Simmons community by 
joining the team. All the girls on the team, and 
the coaches were so welcoming that I 
immediately felt like a member of a family. For 
me, being on the team has been exciting and I 

have loved every 
minute of it. " 
-Virginia Bette 



SCORE BOARD 


L 156-128 


Wesftfield State 


L 137-120 


Elms 


3rd Place 


Regis Diving Inv. 


3rd Place 


Regis Swimming Inv. 


L 209-86 


Wellesley 


L 170-129 


Babson 


1st Place 


GNAC Championshiops 


L 175-119 


Mount Holyoke 


W 124-114 


UMD 


W 145-94 


St. Joseph's (ME) 


W 159-106 


Western NE 


W 148-97 


Regis 


W 166-120 


Plymouth State 


13th Place 


NEISDA Championship 




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captains 



Maggie Taylor 
Katy Hallinan 
Maile Macleod 



Sharks Tennis was ranked #20 of the 
NCAA Division III Northeast region. This 
was their sixth appearance in seven years at 
the Great Northeast Atlantic Conference. This 
is also their third straight win at the GNAC. 
This was achieved by their 5-2 win over 
Emerson College. 

Along with the win at the GNAC, five 
Sharks were named to the GNAC All- 
Conference Team.. Margaret Teague and Katy 
Hallinan were named to First Team Singles. 
Andree Sime , Maile Macleod, and Allison 
Bodek were named to Second Team Singles. 
Macleod also earned a place on the 
Sportsmanship Team. 

SCORE BOARD 




L9-0 Wheaton 


L 6-3 Babson 


W 7-2 Clard 


L 7-2 Wesleyan 


W 6-0 Emmanul 


W 9-0 Mount Ida 


W 9-0 Albertus Magnus 


W 8-1 Suffolk 


W 6-3 Mount Holyoke 


W 9-0 St. Joseph (CT) 


L 6-3 Brandeis 


W 6-3 Emerson 


W 6-3 Colby 


W 9-0 Pine Manor 


W 7-2 Johnson & Wales 


W 7-2 GNAC Semi finals: 


Johnson & Wales 


W 5-2 GNAC Finals: 


Emerson 




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volleyball 






Simmons volleyball ended their 
regular season with a 6-17 record, 
GNAC 4-8. Junior Meaghan Flynn 
earned a spot on the GNAC Third 
Team, which is her third 
postseason honor in three years. 
Freshman Sandy Lor also earned a 
spot on the Sportsmanship Team. 

The team is graduating three 

seniors this 

spring - Taylor 

Pederson, 

Nicky Loring, 

and Victoria 

Moran. While it 

will be sad to 

see three such 

good players 

leave, there will 

be plenty of 

new talent from 

first-years come 

fall 2011. 



captains 

Kate Fionte 

Meghan Flynn 

Nicky Loring 




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SCORE BOARD 


L3-0 


WPI 


L3-0 


N. Central 


L3-0 


Worcester State 


L3-0 


UMD 


W3-0 


E. Nazarene 


L3-0 


Framingham State 


L3-0 


Mount Ida 


L3-2 


E. Nazarene 


L3-2 


Lesley 


L3-2 


St. Joseph's (ME) 


L3-0 


Western CT 


L3-1 


Suffolk 


L3-1 


Johnson & Wales 


W3-2 


Newbury 


L3-1 


Rivier 


W3-0 


Pine Manor 


L3-1 


Norwich 


W3-0 


Albertus Magnus 


L3-2 


Mount Ida 


L3-0 


Emmanuel 


W3-1 


St Joseph (CT) 


L3-2 


Lasell 


W3-2 


Emerson 










SENIOR SECTION 




Pg82 Class Council 



Pg84. 



Portraits 



'g 1 04 Remember When 



Pg 1 06 Senior Events 

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Back Row: Kari Phillips-Treasurer, Natalia Sullivan-Secretary, Virginia Bette, 

Gabrielle Rossetti-Class President, Alyssa Markowitz 

Front Row: Gabrielle Mahesh-SGA Representative, Allison Dufresne, Antigone 

Smith-Class Gift Director, Stephanie Haskellor-Vice President 




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Dear Class of Twenty 
Eleven, 

It's been a wonderful 
journey with all of you and 
I'm honored to have served 
as your class president for 
the past four years. Our class 
has definitely left it's mark 
on Simmons! I wish you all 
the best in the next chapters 
of your lives where I'm sure 
even more of your dreams 
will come true! 

Gabby 





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Schiandra Abalos 
Nursing 



Nazifa Abdul-Rauf 
Physics & 
Biochemistry 

Raya Abi-Rafeh 
Philosophy & 
Political Science 



Bryn Adler 

Communications 
Asma Ahmed 

Chemistry 
Corinne Aia 

Nutrition 
Rayah Al Azzou 

Communications 



Najwa AH Hassan 

Nursing 
Danielle Alves 

Marketing & 

Public Relations 
Connie Ao 

Education & 

History 
Giana Armano 

Management 




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Please note that portraits and names/majors are read from left to right. 




Dolly Armira 

Biochemistry 
Shannon Armstrong 

Biology & Nursing 
Katelyn Avery 

Psychology 
Maureen Azor 

Communications 



Charlotte Badler 

Nursing 
Allison Baker 

Elementary 

Education & Social 

Studies 
Chelsea Barboza 

Nursing 
Juliana Barrios 

Biochemistry 



Lisa Batuski 

Spanish 
Kathlene Benner 

Elementary 

Education 
Michelle Bennett 

Management 
Jennifer Bento 

Chemistry & 

Physics 



Maura Benton 

Commun ica tions 
Dorottya Berki 

Biochemistry 
Virginia Bette 

Biopsychology 
Cailey Biles 

English 



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Samantha Bodine 

Art and Music & 

English 
Emily Bowes 

Nursing 
Alison Boyle 

Nursing 
Caitlin Britton 

Nursing 



Danielle Broderick 

Physical Therapy 
Abigail Brodsky 

Biology: Public 

Health 
Katherine Brooks 

Economics 
Elizabeth Brown 

Psychology 



Daria Burachek 

Communications 
Lindsey Butler 

Environmental 

Science 
Taylor Carey 

Economics & 

Finance 
Jaclyn Carlozzi 

Education & 

History 

Erin Carter 

Art and Music 
Elizabeth Casey 

Biochemistry 
Giana Castorani 

Psychology & 

Special Needs 

Proram 
Samantha Cheung 

Nutrition 




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Diana Chiu 
Biochemistry 



Aubrey Ciol 
Economics 



Maura Clifford 

Political Science 
Dalia Cohen 

Nutrition 
Brianna Colby 

Education & 

Psychology 
Courteney Collier 

Nursing 



Emily Colligan 

Communica tions 
Sierra Connell 

Psychobiology 
Abigail Connolly 

Environmental 

Science 
Kristen Connolly 

Nursing 



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Rebecca Crowley 

Nursing 
Kerry Damiano 

Physical Therapy 
Beatriz Datangel 

Chemistry 

Management 
Elizabeth Davies 

Psychology 



Claudia de Jesus 
Suarez 

Communications 
Meaghan 
Dechristopher 

Nursing 
Amanda DeRosa 

Education & 

Sociology 
Melissa DeRosa 

Psychology 



Alyssa Dewey 
Nursing 



Anna DiPietro 

East Asian Studies 




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Lucy Ditzel 

Psychology 
Jacqueline Doherty 

Marketing 
Louann Donovan 

Management 
Allison Dufresne 

Management 



Brittany Duncan 

Nursing 
Colleen Dunn 

Communications 
Emily Dunn 

Psychology 
Lia Eddy 

Economics & 

Management 



Carly Ellis 

Psychology 
Emily Evans 

Nursing 
Marissa Evans 

Management 
Concetta Farrell 

Physical Therapy 



Kaitlin Faticoni 

International 

Relations & 

Spanish 
Sarah Flannery 

Art and Music 
Seree Fofana 

Communications 
Kathryn Foley 

Nursing 



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Irini Fotopulos 

Finance 
Jennifer Franzen 

Political Science 
Karine Galstian 

Management 
Allison Gamble 

History 



Katherine Garland 

English 
Jacqueline Gautier 

Nursing 
Michelle Geoffrey 

English 
Hannah Gibney 

Sociology 



Sarah Gifford 

Nursing 
Samantha Glasberg 

History & Political 

Science 
Rosendry Gonzalez 

International 

Relations 
Cristina Gonzalez 
James 

History 

Brenna Gray 

Biology- 
Amanda. Grelha 

Biology 
Mariah Gresham- 
Conant 
Psychobiology 
Kylynn Grier 

Political Science 
& Women 's and 
Gender Studies 




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Amanda Gross 

Comm unica tions 
Darcie Guilbert 

Communications 
La'porscha Hardmon 

Nursing 
Carol Harper 

English 



Stephanie Haskell 

Psychobiology 
Gabrielle Hauray 

International 

Relations & French 
Rachel Heller 

Arts Administration 
Patricia Henderson 

Art and Music & 

Psychology 



Carly Herosian 
International 
Relations 



91 



Sarah Hillstrom 
Management 

Caroline Hodge 
Nursing 

Stephni Houle 
Economics & 
International 
Relations 

Erika Howe 
Women 's and 
Gender Studies 



Kayla Howe 

Public Health 
Dominika Hudcova 

Art & Computer 

Science: IT 
Eileen Hurley 

Education & 

English 
Tarn Huynh 

Mathematics 

Leslie Hynes 

East Asian Studies 
Emily Ingraham 

English 
Stephanie Intriago 

Biology 
Chennelle Jackson 

Communications 



Ankita Jalavadia 

Biology 
Alicia Jamous 

Physical Therapy 
Julissa Jansen- 
Morales 

Communications 
Sabeta Jarba 

Psychology 




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Maria Javier 

Nursing 
Kaitlin Johnson 

Political Science 
& Women 's Studies 



Lauren Johnson 

Nutrition 
Shamika Johnson 

Psychobiology 



Linda Jones 
Psychology 

Jessica Joyce-Brady 
Marketing & 
Economics/Math 

Nicole Kawamoto 
Physics & 
Biochemistry 

Jenna Keenan 

Elementary Ed. & 
Social Studies 

Hanna Keily 

Nursing 
Stephanie Kinlay 

Nursing 
Alicia Kitchel 

Nursing 
Victoria Kling 

Management 



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Akane Kominami 
Sociology & 
Women's and 
Gender Studies 

Sara Laitman 
Psychology 

Melanie Lampa 

Kassandra Lane 
Graphic Design 



Julie Lannon 

Biology & 

Education 
Mary Lee 

Women's & 

Gender Studies 
Nelinda Levy 

Communications 
Anna Lifvergren 

Neurobiology 



Nicole Loring 

Nursing 
Caley Lynch 

Communications 



Micaela Lynch 

Nursing 
Sasha Macfadden 

Education & 

Mathematics- 

Premed 




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Brooke Mackenzie 

Nursing 
s Maile Macleod 

Nursing 
Gabrielle Mahesh 

Psychology 
Kathleen Mahoney 

Physical Therapy 



Deborah Malamen 
Chemistry & 
Physics 

DeAnna Malchman 
Women's & 
Gender Studies 

Sarayu Mangipudi 
Psychobiology 

Alyssa Markowitz 
Management 



Diana Massimo 
Psychobiology 

Sylvia Massmanian 
Nursing 



Marica Mayuzumi 
Education and 
Human Services & 
International 
Relations 

Laura Mazerall 
Nursing 



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Erin McGinley 

Biology 
Catherine McGurk 

Psychology 



Kate McKenzie 
East Asian Studies 

J. Logan McMaster 
Education and 
Human Studies & 
Foreign Language 
and Literature 



Allison Megna 

Psychobiology 
Alia Mehdi 

Early Childhood 

Education 
Megan Melillo 

Nursing 
Imma Messeroux 

Nursing 



Amanda Milad 

Economics & 

Public Health 
Mary Miles 

Communications 
Maura Millette 

Psychology 
Anjelica Montemayor 

Communications 




96 




Jennifer Moore 

English & Special 

Needs Program 
i Fatima Morales 

Nursing 
Katherine Morales 

Political Science 
Kimberly Morpeau 

Nursing 



Ashley Morris 

English 
Katherine Murphy 

Communications 
Ashley Murray 

Nursing 
Stephanie Murray 

Physical Therapy 

& Exercise Science 



Asha Nair Noonan 
Communications 

Emily Nalband 
Management 

Arianne Napier 

Women's & Gender 
Studies & Africana 
Studies 

Sarah Neihaus 
Nursing 



Hillary Neuman 

English & 

Philosophy 
Sarah Newsky 

Chemistry 
Elizabeth Newton 

Biochemistry 
Kelly Nolan 

Communications 



97 



Alexandra Noll 

Political Science 
Cassandra O'Connor 

Nursing 
Danielle Odom 

Biology & 

Chemistry 
Mavis Ofori 

Marketing 



Alysia Osgood 
Education and 
Human Services & 
Math and Computer 
Science 

Armie Pagala 
Biology 



Maria Pantelis 
Economics & 
International 
Relations 

Lynne Passanisi 
Education & 
Mathematics 



Laura Patterson 

Communications & 
Computer Science 

Courtney Paull 
Mathematics & 
Computer Science 

Stephanie Paulovich 
Communications 

Allison Pazar 
Psychology 



98 





Taylor Pederson 

International 

Relations 
Mackenzie Penniman 

Finance 
Tram Pham 

Biochemistry 
Kari Phillips 

Nursing 



Colleen Picard 

Nursing 
Christine Pollock 

Comm unica tions 
Shawnna Prendergast 

Nursing 
Moira Quinn 

Comm unica tions 



Chelsey Randall 

Physical Therapy 
Cindy Rassachak 

Nursing 
Katherine Riley 

Physical Therapy 
Kristen Roche 

Marketing 



Sarah Rockwell 

Nursing 
Miriam Rodriguez 

Public Health 
Jillian Romano 

Graphic Design 
Gabrielle Rossetti 

Economics & 

Financial Math 



99 



Kaitlyn Rossi 

Nursing 
Kristen Rucki 

Spanish & 

International 

Relations 
Kaitlyn Russell 

Education & Social 

Studies 
Venchele Saint Die 

Public Health 



Samantha Sapienti 

Public Health 
Katelyn Scalera 

Nursing 
Olivia Schuyler 

Marketing 
Payal Sharma 

Nursing 



Irina Shvets 

Biology 
Karon Siphanthone 

Biology 
Antigone Smith 

Economics & 

Management & 

Psychology 
Victoria Solomon 

Studio Art & 

Communications 

Geraldine Soto 
Economics & 
Financial 
Mathematics 

Alison St. George 
Psychology 

Brittany Staszowski 
Nursing 

Anna Stella 
Nutrition 




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Kathleen Stevens 

Psychology & 

Elementary 

Education 
Brittany Stone 

Communications 



Natalia Sullivan 

Nursing 
Dinah Super 

Nursing 



Emma Symons 
Communications 

Joelle Szlosek 
Exercise Science 

Amanda Taylor 
Chemistry 
Management 

Sara Taylor 
Nutriting & 
Dietetics 



Santa Tejeda 

Biology 
Jacqueline Terra 

Nursing 
Arden Tesmer 

Political Science 
Natashia Thomas 

Management 



101 






Anne Thompson 

International 

Relations 
Jenna Tinsley 

Art Administration 
Linda Tran 

Chemistry & 

Pharmacy 
Hilary Trott 

Comm unica tions 



Eleni Tsiroyannis 

Exercise Science 
Elisabete Vail 

Biology & 

Computer Science 
Sara Valverde 

Environmental 

Science 
Nicole Van Fossen 

Nursing 



Meredith Vieira 

Marketing 
Kaitlin Waldron 

Nursing 
Caitlin Walsh 

Education and 

Human Services & 

History 
Samantha Watson 

Public Health 



Annie Watt 

Nursing 
Chelsea Webber 

Psychobiology 
Kelsey Cross 
Whitaker 

Art and Music & 

Management 
Jourdan White 

Biology 




102 




Claudia Willett 

History 
Adreina Williams 

Management 
Joni Williams 

Biology & 

Chemistry 
Marissa Window 

Comm unications 



Jennifer Winston 
Society & 
Health 

Alana Wirth 
Nursing 



Meredith Wish 
Comm unications 

Martika Woodruff 
Psychology 



Jennifer Yu 

Biology 
Rachel Zdebski 

Nutrition 
Laima Zvidra 

Art History 
Tazia Zwyrbla 

Nursing 



103 



Laima Zvidra, Sara 

Sebastian, and 

Akane dressed in 

red for the Vagina 

Monologues. 



Athena, AshBo, 

Claudia and Ryan 

at Soiree junior 

year. 



Members of the 

senior class 

during the 

Simmons Cup . 




Caroline, Maile, 

and Erin during 

sophmore Soiree. 



Caitiln, Caroline, Kate, 

and Meaghan attending a 

Red Sox game freshman 

year. 



Maile, 
Caroline, and 

Emma 
kayaking on 
the Charles. 



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Freshman year, 4th Floor Morse-all the 

floor snacks, door decorating, TV parties, 

impromptu dance parties, and the 80-teas 

Hall Tea. Morse Force winning the 

Simmons Cup events! Great year, and even 

greater friendships. 



Seniors who 
lived in Morse 

Hall during 
their freshman 

year at the 
Simmons Cup. 



Nikki, Caroline and Maile at 
Simmons Soiree junior year. 



Some of the senior 

members of the winning 

team at the Simmons 




Remember the 
Channukah 

party we had at 

Simmons in 

2007? 



Shelby, Caroline 

and Maile at the 

Ski trip during 

their junior year. 



5 tickets to Florida: $1250 

20 sonic blasts: $60 

5 new bathing suits, sunglasses, books, and towels: $200 

3hour flight delay, luggage in LA, ribs at 3am, and 5 days Palm Beach 

sun with your besties: priceless 

<3 Spring Break 2010 



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Senior Kick Off 




The class of 201 1 kicked off their 
final year at Simmons at Bleacher 
Bar in April, 2010. Soon-to-be- 
seniors enjoyed appetizers and 
toasted to their success as they 
hung out in one of Fenway's most 
famous bars that looks into 
Fenway Park. 








Senior Faculty Toast 




Faculty and staff joined the senior class in 
the Linda K. Paresky Center in October 
2010 for the the Senior Faculty Toast. 

President Drinan 
toasted to the class's 
bright future and 
Class of 2011 
President Gabrielle 
Rossetti spoke, 
congratulating 
seniors for their hard 
work. 







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Alison Boyle 



Alison, you are such an 
amazing daughter, 
sister and all around 
person. You shined in 
your four years at 
Simmons, as you have 
done all your life, and 
we know you will 
continue to do so. The 
career path of a nurse 
that you have chosen is 
so fitting to your kind, 
helpful and giving 
personality. We are so 
proud of the woman 
you have become and 
we all love you. 



Dad, Mary-Jo, Brendan, Emily and Katie 




Sylvia Ann Massmanian 




Kaitlin Faticoni 



Our dearest Kaitsy, 
We are so incredibly 
proud of what you 
have accomplished in 
your life and even 
prouder of who you 
have become! 

Congratulations. The 
best is yet to come. 

Always remember we 
love you more than 
all the stars in the 
sky. You will forever 
be our Little Peanut. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Kyle & 

Connor 

xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox. . 




Natalia Sullivan 



Natalia, we are so 
proud of all that you 
have accomplished 
at Simmons College. 
You will carry these 
memories for a 
lifetime. God Bless, 
Mom, Dad and Mark. 




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Brodsky 


Public Health - Biology 


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Katherine 


Brooks 


Economics 


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Elizabteh 


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Psychology 


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Public Health 


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Catherine 


Bunker 


History 


Schiandra 


Abalos 


Nursing 


Daria 


Burachek 


Communications - Writing 


Nazifa 


Abdul Rauf 


Physics & Biochemistry 


Jillian 


Burnham 


Biology 


Shaikha 


Abdulla 


Exercise Science 


Julia 


Burns 


Environmental Science 


Raya 


Abi Rafeh 


Philosophy & Political Science 


Lindsey 


Butler 


Environ Science - Bio Track 


Bryn 


Adler 


Comm - Writing 


Allison 


Camire 


Nursing 


Kayla 


Afonso 


Marketing 


Jillian 


Campbell 


Exercise Science 


Jaclyn 


Ahearn 


Psychology 


Martha 


Campbell 


Nursing 


Asma 


Ahmed 


Chemistry 


Stephanie 


Cantlin 


Nursing 


Corinne 


Aia 

A 1 A * 


Nutrition & Dietetics 


Maria 


Caraballo 


Finance 


Rayah 


Al Azzouni 


Comm - Graphic Design 


Taylor 


Carey 


Economics & Finance 


Sharmeen 


Alam 


Public Health 


Jaclyn 


Carlozzi 


Education & History 


Najwa 


Ali Hassan 


Nursing 


Kellie 


Carrick 


Exercise Science 


Danielle 


Alves 


Marketing & PR 


Erin 


Carter 


Art & Music 


Lauren 


Anderson 




Elizabeth 


Casey 




Deborah 


Andler 


Marketing 


Giana 


Castorani 


Psychology 


Olyn 


Andrade 


Psychobiology - Cognitive 


Samantha 


Cheung 


Nutrition & Dietetics 


Alexandra 


Andrews 


Exercise Science 


Olivia 


Chin 


Management 


Whitney 


Andrews 


Mathematics 


Diana 


Chiu 


Biochemistry 


Connie 


Ao 


Education & History 


Aubrey 


Ciol 


Economics 


Giana 


Armano 


Management 


Megan 


Claffey 


Nursing 


Dolly 


Armira-Reyes 


Biochemistry 


Desirae 


Clark 


Nursing 


Shannon 


Armstrong 


Biology & Nursing 


Kate 


Clavet 


English - Writing 


Sadia 


Asif 


Chemistry & Pharmacy 


Maura 


Clifford 


Political Science 


Carlye 


Atkinson 


Nursing 


Dalia 


Cohen 


Nutrition & Dietetics 


Katelyn 


Avery 


Psychology 


Brianna 


Colby 


Education & Psychology 


Maureen 


Azor 


Comm - PR/Marketing 


Alden 


Coldwell 


History 


Lindsay 


Bacso 


International Relations 


Kelliann 


Coleman 


Psychobiology - Cognitive 


Charlotte 


B adler 


Nursing 


Courteney 


Collier 


Nursing 


Allison 


Baker 


Elementary Education 


Emily 


Colligan 


Comm - Integrated Media 


Chelsea 


Barboza 


Nursing 


Sierra 


Connell 


Psychobiology - Cognitive 


Kaitlyn 


Barnard 


Psychology 


Abigail 


Connolly 


Environ Science - Bio Track 


Kayla 


Barressi 


Nursing 


Kristen 


Connolly 


Nursing 


Juliana 


Barrios 


Biochemistry 


Rebecca 


Crowley 


Nursing 


Lisa 


Batuski 


Spanish 


Kerry 


Damiano 


Physical Therapy 


Kathlene 


Benner 


Elementary Education 


Ekaterine 


Darakhvelidze 


Art 


Michelle 


Bennett 


Management 


Beatriz 


Datangel 


Chemistry Management 


Jennifer 


Bento 


Chemistry & Physics 


Elizabeth 


Davies 


Psychology 


Maura 


Benton 


Comm - PR/Marketing 


Claudia 


De Jesus Suarez 


Comm - PR/Marketing 


Jordan 


Benton 


Nursing 


Nicole 


DeBenedictis 


Nursing 


Dorottya 


Berki 


Biochemistry 


Meaghan 


Dechristopher 


Nursing 


Virginia 


Bette 


Psychobiology - Cognitive 


Amanda 


DeRosa 


Education & Sociology 


Sarah 


Bevis 


Nursing 


Melissa 


DeRosa 


Psycology 


Cailey 


Biles 


English - Literature 


Flora 


Detournay 


Philosophy 


Samantha 


Bodine 


Art and Music & English 


Julia 


Devine 


Comm - PR/Marketing 


Athena 


Bogis 


Undeclared 


Alyssa 


Dewey 


Nursing 


Maria 


Bolla 


Biology 


Melissa 


Dewing 


Nursing 


Brenda 


Booth 


Nursing 


Devyn 


DiFronzo 


Public Health - Biology 


Anna 


Bottaro 


Comm - Integrated Media 


Courtney 


Dillon 


Nutrition & Dietetics 


Emily 


Bowes 


Nursing 


Ashley 


DiPaolo 


Nursing 


Olivia 


Bowser 


Art - History Emphasis 


Anna 


DiPietro 


East Asian Studies 


Alison 


Boyle 


Nursing 


Amanda 


Dirksmeier 


English - Writing 


Caitlin 


Britton 


Nursing 


Lucy 


Ditzel 


Psychology 


Sadie 


Broadley 


PT / Health Sciences 


Jacqueline 


Doherty 


Marketing 


Danielle 


Broderick 


Physical Therapy 


Louann 


Donovan 


Management 



Kimberly 


Draper 


Nursing 


Patricia 


Henderson 


Art and Music & Psychology 


Allison 


Dufrense 


Management 


Carly 


Herosian 


International Relations 


Brittany 


Duncan 


Nursing 


Ashlee 


Hershey 


English - Literature 


Colleen 


Dunn 


Communications - Writing 


Elizabeth 


Heye 


Nursing 


Emily 


Dunn 


Psychology 


Alicia 


Hidalgo 


Nursing 


Lia 


Eddy 


Economics & Management 


Thomica 


Hightower 


Management 


Christel 


Ellis 


Psychology 


Sarah 


Hillstrom 


Management 


Carly 


Ellis 


Psychology 


Hannah 


Hintz 


Environmental Science 


Caitlin 


Emond 


Marketing 


Hannah 


Hoar de Gal van 


Comm - Graphic Design 


Milly 


Eng 


Educ Social Studies/Elem Ed Caroline 


Hodge 


Nursing 


j Emily 


Evans 


Nursing 


Stephni 


Houle 


International Relations 


Marissa 


Evans 


Marketing 


Eliza 


Howard 


Arts Admin Art/Comm 


Concetta 


Farrell 


Physical Therapy 


Erika 


Howe 


Women's & Gender Studies 


Naheel 


Fataftah 


Nursing 


Kayla 


Howe 


Public Health 


Kaitlin 


Faticoni 


Spanish 


Abigail Howes 


Psychology 


Sarah 


Flannery 


Art & Music 


Dominika 


Hudcova 


Art & Computer Science 


Kelly 


Fillion 


Environmental Science 


Eileen 


Hurley 


Education & English 


Elizabeth 


Fineberg-Lombardi 


Spanish 


Lauren 


Hurley 


Nursing 


Seree 


Fofana 


Comm - PR/Marketing 


Alicen 


Hutcheson 


Management 


Kathryn 


Foley 


Nursing 


Tarn 


Huynh 


Mathematics 


Irini 


Fotopulos 


Finance 


Leslie 


Hynes 


East Asian Studies 


i Paula 


Francois 


Mathematics 


Emily 


Ingraham 


English - Literature 


Jennifer 


Franzen 


Political Science 


Stephanie 


Intriago 


Biology 


Kierstan 


Freymuth 


Psychology 


Chennelle 


Jackson 


Comm - Graphic Design 


Karine 


Galstian 


Management 


Ankita 


Jalavadia 


Biology 


Allison 


Gamble 


History 


Alicia 


Jamous 


Physical Therapy 


Kirstin 


Gardzina 


Nursing 


Julissa 


Jansen- Morales 


Comm - Writing 


Katherine 


Garland 


English - Literature 


Sabeta 


Jarba 


Psychology 


Jacqueline 


Gautier 


Undeclared 


Maria 


Javier 


Nursing 


Regan 


Geary 


Nursing 


Lauren 


Johnson 


Nutrition & Dietetics 


Pierlyne 


Gerardin 


Nursing 


Shamika 


Johnson 


Psychobiology - Cognitive 


Michelle 


Geoffroy 


English 


Kaitlin 


Johnson 


Women's & Gender Studies 


Hannah 


Gibney 


Sociology 


Linda 


Jones 


Psychology 


Sarah 


Gifford 


Nursing 


Jessica 


Joyce-Brady 


Marketing 


Alice 


Gitau 


Nursing 


Amy 


Kaufman 


Nursing 


Samantha 


Glasberg 


History & Political Science 


Nicole 


Kawamoto 


Physics & Biochemistry 


Suvarna 


Goddard 


Comm-PR/Marketing 


Danielle 


Kaylor 


Nursing 


Rosendry 


Gonzalez 


International Relations 


Jenna 


Keenan 


Educ Social Studies/Elem Ed 


Cristina 


Gonzalez-James 


History 


Hanna 


Keily 


Nursing 


Krystle 


Goode 


Finance 


Sara 


Keyser 


Exercise Science 


Vatasha 


Granberry 


Management 


Nashua 


Khalil 


Psychology 


Brenna 


Gray 


Biology 


Sarah 


King 


Nursing 


Johanna 


Greene 


Marketing 


Stephanie 


Kinlay 


Nursing 


Holly 


Greenlimb 


Nursing 


Alicia 


Kitchel 


Nursing 


Amanda 


Grelha 


Biology 


Victoria 


Kling 


Management 


Mariah 


Gresham-Conant 


Psychobiology 


Alexandra 


Klove 


Psychology 


Kylynn 


Grier 


Women's & Gender Studies 


Krista 


Koerner 


Nursing 


Amanda 


Gross 


Comm - Writing 


Akane 


Kominami 


Women's & Gender Studies 


Polyxeni 


Gudis 


Psychobiology-Neurobio 


Lindana 


Kong 


Finance 


Elizabeth 


Guerreiro 


Nursing 


Milina 


Kushner-Grady 


Nursing 


Darcie 


Guilbert 


Communications 


Jennifer 


Lackaye 


Nursing 


Ashley 


Gurdon 


Nursing 


Sara 


Laitman 


Psychology 


La'Porscha Hardmon 


Nursing 


Kassandra 


Lane 


Comm - Graphic Design 


Lydia 


Hardy 


Comm - Graphic Design 


Julie 


Lannon 


Biology & Education 


Carol 


Harper 


English 


Liane 


Lantagne 


Nursing 


Kelly 


Hartley 


Nursing 


Anastasia 


Larri 


Biology 


Stephanie 


Haskell 


Psychobiology - Cognitive 


Jennifer 


Lea 


Mathematics 


Gabrielle 


Hauray 


International Relations 


Chae Young Lee 


Biology n5 


Rachel 


Heller 


Arts Admin/Finance 


Sun Los 


Lee 


Psychology 



Mary 


Lee 


Women's & Gender Studies 


Hillary 


Neuman 


English 


Shannon 


Lefrancois 


Undeclared 


Sarah 


New sky 


Chemistry 


Nelinda 


Levy 


Comm - Graphic Design 


Elizabeth 


Newton 


Biochemistry 


Anna 


Lifvergren 


Psychobiology - Neurobio 


Kelly 


Nolan 


Comm - PR/Marketing 


Kathryn 


Lockwood 


Comm - Integrated Media 


Alexandra 


Noll 


Political Science 


Nicole 


Loring 


Nursing 


Kathleen 


Noonan 


Nursing 


Christine 


Lowery 


Art 


Cassandra 


O'Connor 


Nursing 


Nicole 


Lupo 


Nursing 


Katherine 


O'Dowd 


Psychobiology - Cognitive 


Caley 


Lynch 


Communications - Writing 


Rebecca 


O'Grady 


Nursing 


Micaela 


Lynch 


Nursing 


Kelsey 


O'Neil 


Economics 


Megan 


Lynch 


Nutrition & Dietetics 


Caitlin 


O'Neil 


Spanish 


Sasha 


MacFadden 


Mathematics 


Danielle 


Odom 


Biochemistry 


Brooke 


MacKenzie 


Nursing 


Mavis 


Ofori 


Marketing 


Maile 


Macleod 


Nursing 


Adetoun 


Okenla 


Nursing 


Gabrielle 


Mahesh 


Psychology 


Alysia 


Osgood 


Mathematics 


Kathleen 


Mahoney 


Physical Therapy 


Armie 


Pagala 


Biology 


Deborah 


Malamen 


Chemistry & Physics 


Maria 


Pantelis 


International Relations 


DeAnna 


Malchman 


Women's & Gender Studies 


Rebecca 


Parker 


Nursing 


Sarayu 


Mangipudi 


Psychobiology 


Lynne 


Passanisi 


Mathematics 


Monique 


Marinescu 


Biology 


Laura 


Patterson 


Computer Science 


Alyssa 


Markowitz 


Management 


Courtney 


Paull 


Mathematics 


Beth 


Marshall 


Nursing 


Stephanie 


Paulovich 


Comm - Integrated Media 


Diana 


Massimo 


Psychobiology - Cognitive 


Allison 


Pazar 


Psychology 


Sylvia 


Massmanian 


Nursing 


Taylor 


Pederson 


International Relations 


Marcia 


Mayuzumi 


Educ & International Relations 


Kelly 


Pelham 


Psychology 


Laura 


Mazerall 


Nursing 


Mackenzie 


Penniman 


Finance 


Alishia 


McCoullough 


Nursing 


Amanda 


Perry 


Comm - Integrated Media 


Julianne 


McFadd 


Management 


Hannah 


Pfister 


English - Writing 


Erin 


McGinley 


Biology 


Tram 


Pham 


Biochemistry 


Kimberly 


McGuire 


Psychobiology - Cognitive 


Kari 


Phillips 


Nursing 


Catherine 


McGurk 


Psychology 


Colleen 


Picard 


Nursing 


Kate 


McKenzie 


East Asian Studies 


Samantha 


Piesco 


International Relations 


J. Logan 


McMaster 


French 


Catrina 


Pirrotta 


International Relations 


Allison 


Megna 


Psychobiology - Neurobio 


Lynn 


Pizzi 


Nursing 


Alia 


Mehdi 


Early Childhood Education 


Christine 


Pollock 


Communications 


Megan 


Melillo 


Nursing 


Jessica 


Pollock 


Biology 


Sarah 


Merenda 


Nursing 


Nicole 


Pomert 


History 


Imma 


Messeroux 


Nursing 


Sarah 


Pontarelli 


Psychobiology-Neurobio 


Amanda 


Milad 


Economics & Public Health 


Jessica 


Power 


Nursing 


Mary 


Miles 


Communications - Writing 


Shawnna 


Prendergast 


Nursing 


Maura 


Millette 


Psychology 


Olja 


Pulluqi 


Biology 


Maria 


Monahan 


Public Health - Biology 


Moira 


Quinn 


Comm - Graphic Design 


Anjelica 


Montemayor 


Comm - PR/Marketing 


Kathleen 


Quintin 


Nursing 


Jennifer 


Moore 


English 


Chelsey 


Randall 


Physical Therapy 


Fatima 


Morales 


Nursing 


Cindy 


Rassachak 


Nursing 


Katherine 


Morales 


Political Science 


Ashley 


Ratchford 


Nursing 


Jennifer 


Morency 


Nursing 


Erin 


Reddy 


Nursing 


Kimberly 


Morpeau 


Nursing 


Leslie 


Reyes 


History 


Ashley 


Morris 


English 


LaShondra 


Riddle 


Psychology 


Natalie 


Moy 


Exercise Science 


Lauren 


Riera 


Arts Admin Art/Marketing 


Katherine 


Murphy 


Communications 


Katherine 


Riley 


Art 


Ashley 


Murray 


Nursing 


Margaret 


Riley 


Physical Therapy 


Stephanie 


Murray 


PT & Exercise Science 


Kristin 


Roche 


Marketing 


Asha 


Nair Noonan 


Qomm - Integrated Media 


Sarah 


Rockwell 


Nursing 


Emily 


Nalband 


Management 


Miriam 


Rodriguez 


Public Health 


Arianne 


Napier 


Women's and Gender 


Jillian 


Romano 


Comm - Graphic Design 


Kristina 


Nardone 


Comm - Integrated Media 


Gabrielle 


Rossetti 


Economics 


Christine 


Neagle 


Nursing 


Kaitlyn 


Rossi 


Nursing 


Sarah 


Neihaus 


Nursing 


Monica 


Rothwell 


Nursing 



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Kristen 


Rucki 


Spanish 


Eleni 


Tsiroyannis 


Exercise Science 


Kaitlyn 


Russell 


Educ Social Studies/Elem Ed 


Elisabete 


Vale 


Biology & Computer Science 


Emily 


Russell 


Undeclared 


Sara 


Valverde 


Environmental Science 


Elizabeth 


Russo 


Nutrition & Food Science 


Ximena 


Valverde 


International Relations 


Gabrielle 


Ryall 


Sociology 


Nicole 


Van Fossen 


Nursing 


Vechele 


Saint Die 


Public Health 


Cindy 


Vann 


Biology 


Samantha 


Sapienti 


Public Health - Biology 


Meredith 


Vieira 


Marketing 


Mika 


Sato 


East Asian Studies 


Taneisha 


Vilma 


Psychobiology- Neurobiology 


Katelyn 


Scalera 


Nursing 


Kim 


Vu 


English - Literature 


Jacquelyn 


Scavone 


Undeclared 


Wendy 


Wagner 


Psychology 


Brittany 


Schilling 


Management 


Heidi 


Waite 


Nursing 


Cleo 


Schmitt 


Psychobiology-Neurobio 


Kaitlin 


Waldron 


Nursing 


Olivia 


Schuyler 


Marketing 


Rachael 


Wallace 


Biology 


Payal 


Sharma 


Nursing 


Caitlin 


Walsh 


History 


Samantha 


Shaw 


Nursing 


Samantha 


Watson 


Public Health 


Danielle 


Shearer 


Public Health 


Anne 


Watt 


Nursing 


Irina 


Shvets 


Biology 


Kara 


Waybright 


French 


Miriam 


Silverstone 


Public Health - Biology 


Carisa 


Weaver 


Political Science 


Karon 


Siphanthone Biolosv 


Chelsea 


Webber 


Psychobiology- Neurobio 


Aleksandra 


Slabicki 


Undeclared 


Julianna 


Webster 


Nursing 


Leanna 


Slarsky 


Nutrition & Dietetics 


Kelsey 


Whitaker 


Management 


Rebecca 


Slatkin 


Computer Science 


Jourdan 


White 


Biology 


Patricia 


Smith 


Comm - PR/Marketing 


Lisa 


White 


Nursing 


Jessica 


Smith 


Comm - PR/Marketing 


Susan 


Whitman-Helfgot 


Biology 


Antigone 


Smith 


Management 


Claudia 


Willett 


History 


Chelsea 


Smith 


Marketing 


Adreiana 


Williams 


Management 


Harmony-Ann 


Smith 


Political Science 


Joni 


Williams 


Biology & Chemistry 


Victoria 


Solomon 


Comm - PR/Marketing 


Tamethea 


Willis 


Nursing 


Geraldine 


Soto 


Financial Math 


Marissa 


Window 


Marketing 


Alison 


St. George 


Psychology 


Jennifer 


Winston 


Society & Health 


Brittany 


Staszowski 


Nursing 


Alana 


Wirth 


Nursing 


Anna 


Stella 


Nutrition 


Meredith 


Wish 


Communic ations 


Carrie 


Stemke 


Psychology 


Joyce 


Wong 


Nursing 


Kathleen 


Stevens 


Psychology 


Danielle 


Wong 


Nutrition & Dietetics 


Natalie 


Stever 


Environmental Science 


Martika 


Woodruff 


Psychology 


Brittany 


Stone 


Comm - PR/Marketing 


Marissa 


Yasgur 


Nursing 


Susanna 


Suh 


Biology 


Tina 


Yazdi 


Nursing 


Natalia 


Sullivan 


Nursing 


Rahel 


Yosief 


Biochemistry 


Shelby 


Sullivan 


Nursing 


Jennifer 


Yu 


Public Health - Biology 


Dinah 


Super 


Nursing 


Rachel 


Zdebski 


Nutrition 


Emma 


Symons 


Comm - PR/Marketing 


Viorika 


Zeqo 


Undeclared 


Joelle 


Szlosek 


Exercise Science 


Molly 


Zhitnik 


International Relations 


Shenal 


Taygan 


Environmental Science 


Laima 


Zvidra 


Art 


Amanda 


Taylor 


Chemistry Management 


Tazia 


Zwyrbla 


Nursing 


Sara 


Taylor 


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Letter from the Editor 



Dear Simmons College, 

Working on this yearbook has been one of the biggest and longest projects I 
have ever taken on. I had no idea what I was getting myself into when I signed on 
to be the Editor-in-Chief. I did not know what the layouts were going to look like, 
what content was going on what page, or where our photos were going to come 
from if I did not staff a photographer soon. 

Thankfully, through the help of my friends, peers, and advisors, everything has 
come together beautifully in this book. I would like to thank the yearbook staff: 
Samantha Chin, Taylor Robinson, Regina Tayag, and Lili Welch for doing 
everything from organizing picture appointments, taking pictures to writing and 
designing for pages; to Lianna Foye who took so many pictures for the book; to 
Amanda Gross, Dianna LaFauci, and Hilary Shrair who wrote the content for some 
of the sections. I would like to thank Meghan McGowan for being the managing 
editor, helping market the book, design pages and putting up with all my 
shenanigans. Thanks to all the students who submitted pictures: the book would be 
bare without your contribution, it was a huge help! I would like to especially thank 
Susan Chudd who helped me through the entire process of putting together this book 
and without her there would be no book. 

All together we have captured another year gone by in words and pictures that 
will be archived forever as part of Simmons history. I hope everyone enjoys the 
yearbook as much as I have enjoyed making it! 

Sincerely, 

Micayla Boari 

Editor-in-Chief